Black Digital Noise
3 in stock
Makes wide range of noise effects; almost pure white noise, Atari console-like one bit noise and other crazy, more-less predictable sounds.
The Erica Black Digital Noise is our pathological brainchild. A unique noise module that makes wide range of noise effects; almost pure white noise, Atari console-like one bit noise and other crazy, more-less predictable sounds. At the heart of the module is a programmable logic matrix that includes two linear feedback shift registers that generate polynomial noise effects. Similar noise generation scheme was used in several classical drum machines, and technology comes from techniques used in data scrambling.
- Wide range of noise effects (pure white noise to 1bit & 4bit vintage computer style noises)
- Two polynomial feedback shift registers with CV control to set noise character
- Adjustable noise frequency
- External clock in – can follow frequency of VCO
- Sync feature – polynomial reset
- Can process audio signals (Even voice!)
- Inputs/outputs are protected against over-voltage
- Diode protection on reversed power supply
Erica Black series are high-end modules with unique functionality. Only the highest quality components are used and all inputs and outputs are protected against undesired overvoltage. When designing the Black Series, we did not economise on the module width, we put design and usability first. Big knobs are assigned to functions that make difference in sound. The Erica Black series are a range of modules that together make an entire synthesizer.
|CV Input signal level||-10V – +10V|
|Output signal level||-5V – +5V|
|Noise bitwidth||1bit – 4 bits|
|Power consumption||+93mA, -25mA|
Erica Black Digital Noise on Modulargrid
“I just wanted to say that what a wonderful module and ordering experience it was with Erica Synths. It was the best inner module packaging I have seen. The build quality is the best I have ever seen. The shipping from Latvia to California was very fast and inexpensive. And the module sounds so very good in so many ways.”
Guy David Fraser/California